Please welcome G.S. Carr, who’s here to share a short excerpt from her historical interracial romance, Freedom of Love.
The stunning daughter of the French nobleman Dominique, marquis d’Chartes and the African beauty Imani Marsan, Soleil is captivated by everything during her first trip to America including Alex. She loves him almost from their first meeting. However, their love is interrupted when she is abducted and sold into slavery. Alone and scared she only wishes to regain her freedom.
Alexander couldn’t help but love the exotic beauty with the caramel skin that made him want to taste it. Losing her was the hardest day of his life. After years of searching she appears as if conjured by his deepest desires. But she returns far from the same. Can they rekindle their love or will they never find the freedom only love can bring.
Jane ran as fast as she could. She refused to be caught by Jacob and his men even if she had to die trying to escape. Between the gash across her stomach and the small load on her back she was moving slowly in her progression, but she would not give up. She had to find a river and soon to conceal her scent. With her wound bleeding harder under the strain of her physical exertion, the bloodhounds had no problem keeping track of her.
“Maman, I’m scared.” Jane reached around her back to sooth her daughter. “I will not let you come to any harm mon amour.” Jane knew the little girl was scared beyond belief. She had seen the beatings Jacob had given Jane and knew that if he caught them there would be hell to pay. Jacob and his men were getting closer with each passing second and it wouldn’t be long before they were caught. Jane couldn’t let anything happen to Hope and had to keep her safe. With a look over her shoulder Jane made a decision.
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